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The Informer (Four Square Books. no. 42.)
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As he pushes Gypo irrevocably toward his destiny O'Flaherty explores some of the political and social thinking of the time. Gypo is part of a thinly veiled IRA whose leaders, despite socialist rhetoric, are as self-absorbed as Gypo. I have mentioned two American writers but another literary giant who springs to mind is O'Flaherty's kinsman Samuel Beckett. The characters in Waiting for Godot: A Tragicomedy in Two Acts maybe more obviously lost in an existential void than Gypo but he is equally unable to find any genuine connection with the world or his fellow man as he staggers angrily through the grim and unforgiving Dublin night.